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BAIHATA CHARIALI, April 27 - With an aim to create awareness about different schemes under Prime Minister�s Kaushal Vikash Yojna among the rural masses, a day-long workshop was held at the office of the �Asha Socio-Economic Development Society,� a leading NGO of the area on April 26.

The workshop was inaugurated by Chandana Mahanta Baniya, president of the NGO where Amulya Nath, General Manager of District Industries and Commerce Centre (DICC) of Mirza grace the occasion as the resource person.

During his speech, Nath talked about the preparation of projects and ways for getting bank loans along with drawbacks of projects for which the proposals of loan are generally rejected at the bank. The General Manager also assured the trainees to provide all possible help from DICC for the allotment of loans from banks for setting up their establishments.

In the workshop, more than 50 women trainees, 12 male trainees and 7 small businessmen participated. Later, the General Manager of DICC visited the age-old pottery industry at Khehenipara under Jalukbari LAC and interacted with the artisans associated with the cottage industry.

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Workshop held to create awareness on different schemes

BAIHATA CHARIALI, April 27 - With an aim to create awareness about different schemes under Prime Minister�s Kaushal Vikash Yojna among the rural masses, a day-long workshop was held at the office of the �Asha Socio-Economic Development Society,� a leading NGO of the area on April 26.

The workshop was inaugurated by Chandana Mahanta Baniya, president of the NGO where Amulya Nath, General Manager of District Industries and Commerce Centre (DICC) of Mirza grace the occasion as the resource person.

During his speech, Nath talked about the preparation of projects and ways for getting bank loans along with drawbacks of projects for which the proposals of loan are generally rejected at the bank. The General Manager also assured the trainees to provide all possible help from DICC for the allotment of loans from banks for setting up their establishments.

In the workshop, more than 50 women trainees, 12 male trainees and 7 small businessmen participated. Later, the General Manager of DICC visited the age-old pottery industry at Khehenipara under Jalukbari LAC and interacted with the artisans associated with the cottage industry.

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